REVIEW: Sleek's i-Candy Eyeshadow Palette.

Hey guys! Today I'm here with a review and this time it's on Sleek's i-Candy eyeshadow palette -which is apart of their i-Divine palette range. This particular palette is full of bright, candy inspired colours and they have equally sweet names to match.

The shadows range from matte, shimmer and frost finishes. Let's take a closer look at the shadows...

So, on the first row of the palette from the left, we have Strawberry Sherbet which is a Barbie bright, matte pink. It's quite nicely pigmented and blends fairly well.

Next we have Bon Bon which is a frosty light pink. It's very pretty and looks lovely in the light.

Parma Violet is a deep matte purple and one of my favourites from the palette. It's well pigmented and is buildable too, which I like.

Apple Sour is frosty apple green which can look a little blue in certain lights.

Pear Drop is a shimmery lime green, it looks quite yellow in some lights but is pretty nonetheless.

Flump is a beautiful, bold purple shade. It's fairly pigmented and has a matte finish.

On to the second row of the palette, we have Liquorice which is a matte black - it's a nice black for soft look but it is not the most pigmented.

Then, we have Blue Fizzle which is a grey kind of toned blue. It's quite a deep, metallic shade.

Aniseed is next and this is frosty and shimmery reddy pink shade. Again, it's nicely pigmented and makes for an interesting colour.

Bubble Gum is a lovely bright sky blue colour and it has a matte finish. It's highly pigmented!

Mint Cream is a green with a little bit of shimmer running through it. It's more on the pastel shade and is kind of comparable to Apple Sour without the frostiness.

Finally, we have Cream Soda which is an extremely shimmery white. It's very pigmented and has the most fall out of all the shades.

Overall, I'm really impressed with the palette and it's definitely one of my current favourites. More or less all of the colours are so pigmented and not too mention absolutely gorgeous to look at. There's a nice mix of both shimmer and matte shades which means there's going to be something for everyone's preference. I think this palette also makes a great dupe for some higher end palettes with bright colours - most notably Urban Decay's Electric Palette. If you like bright colours, or maybe just want to start using them, I think this is definitely a worth while buy. At only £7.99 from Superdrug, I really don't think you can go wrong - especially with the high quality you'll be getting from this palette.

Thank you for reading this review, I hope you found it interesting and / or helpful! 

Have you tried this or any other Sleek palettes? What are your thoughts / recommendations?! 

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